It’s almost canonical wisdom is storage that you shouldn’t put primary and secondary storage on the same storage system. Doing otherwise is just asking or trouble. But given the rapidly changing IT landscape and the emergence of the cloud, is that really true anymore? The roundtable breaks it down in this spirited discussion.
In this piece, we break down the difference between data management and secondary storage. This is necessary to understand the importance of what Komprise presented at Storage Field Day. Their software solution provides data management to make data visible, save space, and manage your data in a way that enables the data, instead of just storing it.
They say that education is a form of indoctrination. Personally, I think that’s a little dramatic, but there’s a kernel of truth in the phrase. Learning is not directionless. It comes from someone or something with a perspective, which effects how and what you are learning. I suppose in a Platonic universe there would be […]
Secondary storage sounds safe enough, but James Green brings to light the salient problem of dark data. Just so it’s understood, let’s define secondary storage as anything that isn’t considered mission critical for your business on a day to day level. Most of this would include backups, but it also could include archival data, test/dev, […]